Monday, September 4, 2017

Special Education Links 9/4/17


26 Great Apps for ADHD Minds

Forgetful? Disorganized? Time-blind? These apps won’t cure your ADHD, but they can help level the playing field — if used consistently. (And that’s really the hard part, isn’t it?)


ADD, ODD, and Eye Contact


The Difference Between Tantrums and Sensory Meltdowns


Music Therapy: Sound Medicine for ADHD

Parents, take note: music therapy builds better focus, self-control, and social skills in kids with ADHD. Plus, you can incorporate these therapeutic benefits into your child’s day-to-day life for free — and that’s music to our ears!


Common Questions About Sensory Processing Disorder


New exercise therapy helps autistic kids learn to live



Districts that prioritize inclusion cited for high graduation rates for children with disabilities

TEACHING IS LIKE A ROLLER COASTER


What NOT to Say to the Parent of a Child with ADHD

Despite iron-clad medical evidence to the contrary, ADHD is still considered by many to be nothing more than poor parenting, too much screen time, or a parental excuse for lack of discipline. Not so. If you know someone who is parenting a child with ADHD, here are 10 untruths and misperceptions you just shouldn’t repeat.


At a Glance: Classroom Accommodations for ADHD



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